IN EVERY BATTLE FOR OVER 300 YEARS – UBIQUE
The Royal Artillery provides firepower to the British Army. Popularly known as The Gunners, The Royal Artillery are responsible for finding the enemy using a variety of high-tech equipment and then, when needed, striking them using everything from explosive shells to advanced precision rockets.
The Royal Artillery Association
The Royal Artillery Association was started on 26 May 1920 by the RA War Commemoration Fund to create a ‘Gunner Friend’ network organisation in every part of the United Kingdom and Commonwealth; in essence to create and foster a bond of comradeship irrespective of rank, between all who are serving or who have ever served as artillerymen and to maintain and promote the proud traditions of ‘Ubique’. It was also designed to watch and help those in need or distress and maintain contact with old comrades. It raised its money from annual and life subscriptions and after running costs funds were used to further the aims of the Association. Her Majesty The Queen is the Patron.